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The sudden onset of a high fever, often reaching up to 104°F (40°C), is a common symptom of dengue fever.
Intense, throbbing headaches, especially in the forehead region, can be a sign of dengue fever.
Aching muscles and joints, often described as "breakbone fever," can cause significant discomfort.
Persistent nausea and vomiting, sometimes accompanied by abdominal pain, may indicate dengue infection.
A rash that appears a few days after the fever starts, typically on the arms, legs, and face, could be a sign of dengue fever.
Unexplained bleeding from the gums and nose, as well as easy bruising, may occur due to a reduced platelet count—a severe complication of dengue.
Rapid and labored breathing, along with chest pain, can indicate the progression of dengue fever to a severe form known as dengue hemorrhagic fever.
If you or someone you know experiences these warning signs, seek medical attention immediately.